Recipes Tave Kosi Me Mish Genji – Baked Lamb with Yogurt Talumba – Fried Pastry with Syrup Qofte te Ferguara – Albanian Fried Meatballs Meze – Appetizers Tartor – Yogurt and Cucumber Soup Byrek Pastice – Baked Macaroni Advertisement Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to share on instagram (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
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Spinach, feta cheese and phillo dough. Sounds like a super good combination to me.
It’s delicious. You really should try it! you can leave the spinach out and just make it with the cheese….yummy!
Oh no I would leave the spinach in, love it…and good for you.
The yogurt soup is delicious too, especially on a hot summer day.
It is!! I have tried it and it is soooo good….. this is a late post..;
You can make byrek with a lot of different fillings. My in-laws make it with egg and cheese, beans and my husbands favorite, tomato sauce and onion.
It is delicious anyway its made! Thanks for your comment 🙂
What is the size of 2 LG cartons of Greek Style yogurt?
Hello, 2 16oz containers. Thanks!
Nothing like burek for breakfast, lunch, and dinner! Flm per recipe!
During lent, my mother used to make lakror with oil instead of butter and filling with sauerkraut and another with tomato and onions………they were vegetarian and yummy! She also substituted leeks (presh) instead of spinach…and that is delicious too (and made her dough from scratch)
Yummy. My mom did too.
Shum falimindetit për recetat. Më duheshin shumë.
My mom made it both ways too.
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